The FCIAC, SWC and SCC have crowned their champions. Now, Connecticut teams are gearing up for the start of outbracket CIAC tournament games on Tuesday. Section 1 and Section 8 will be holding their championship games on Wednesday. The Section 11 championships will be Thursday.
CJ Costabile of New Fairfield wound up being the star of Duke’s dramatic 6-5 victory today against Notre Dame in the national title game in Baltimore. (Photo courtesy Duke University athletics) New Fairfields CJ Costabile cleanly won the opening faceoff of the first overtime and then scored on the ensuing fastbreak to give Duke a [...]
Max Quinzani scored off a feed from Ned Crotty with 12 seconds remaining in the game to give Duke a 14-13 win over Virginia in the Division I semifinals tonight in Baltimore before 44,389 fans at M&T Bank Stadium.
The high school lacrosse world is on a brief hiatus this weekend before playoff action resumes next week. That’s by design, of course. After all, Memorial Day Weekend is the time when the college game has the spotlight all to itself.
As reported here today on the “Comments” portion of the blog, the CIAC tournament pairings and schedule for classes L, M and S was released this morning.
We thought we’d have a CHSAA Class AAA champion crowned yesterday. But the weather got in the way of that (in the form of lightning and such). So St. Anthony’s and Chaminade will resume their suspended game today. Also today, the FCIAC championship will be decided at Brien McMahon in Norwalk, Iona Prep and Holy [...]
Heres the rundown for the Section 1 championship tripleheader Wednesday, June 2 at White Plains High School: Class B No. 6 Somers (13-6) vs. No. 1 John Jay (17-1), 3 p.m. Class C No. 4 Put Valley (15-4) vs. No. 6 Rye (12-7), 5:30 p.m. Class A No. 2 Yorktown (11-7) vs. No. 1 Lakeland/Panas [...]
It’s been an annual affair. CHSAA rivals St. Anthony’s and Chaminade wage spirited regular-season battles, which they almost always wind up splitting. Then comes Round 3 — for the CHSAA championship. Round 3 for this season is today.
The United State Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association has announced the selection of its 2010 All-Americans, and, as expected, quite a few players from the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region are among the honorees.
Before we take a look at the updated playoff schedule, a quick word about yesterday’s big games and an overview of what’s on tap for today (Wednesday/5.26.10). Front and center, the Greenwich Cardinals.
Here’s a stickwork shooting drill that encompasses basic offensive structure out of a 3 man game that has the crease man popping up to move the ball down to the backside.
Brewster’s Tim Meyer (pictured at right) had six goals today as No. 10-seeded Brewster defeated host Mamaroneck 11-6 in the Section 1 Class B quarterfinals to advance to Thursday’s semifinals at No. 6 Somers, the defending class champions. You can check out all of today’s scores and Thursday’s semifinal matchups by simply clicking on “Continue [...]
With the sudden-death format in full effect, today marks the last real stacked day of the season in terms of number of games. That’s because, after today in the Hudson Valley and parts of Long Island, we will go from the quarterfinals to the semifinals. In the FCIAC, meanwhile, the semifinals will be played today.
There’s a lot to look forward to this week, folks. Playoff-wise and otherwise. In a moment, we’ll have info on Empire State Games tryout dates and how to register online. But first, it’s going to be a busy week of playoff action throughout the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region.